Sunny Elebua

Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer, Exelon

Sunny Elebua serves as senior vice president and Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer at Exelon, where he is responsible for the development of an integrated strategy that addresses jurisdictional trends across our operating companies, coupling Exelon’s growth with the needs of our customers, regulators and communities. In this role, he is also responsible for the development of Exelon’s sustainability strategy, including the Path to Clean, and leads Exelon’s efforts to evaluate and advance the technology, policy and regulatory transformations required to achieve a net-zero GHG goal by 2050. Elebua also oversees technology and innovation functions across Exelon, leading the Technology Exchange and Partnership R&D programs to evaluate and invest in technologies that have the potential to be transformative over time.

Elebua was named to his current role in November 2021 after assuming responsibility for the company’s Sustainability efforts in August 2021. Prior to his current role, he served as vice president, Corporate Strategy & Technology from 2016 until 2021, and as a director from 2013 until 2016. Elebua began his career with Exelon in 2008 in the Corporate Development organization, where he was responsible for evaluating and executing potential M&A transactions, playing a significant role in the acquisition of Exelon’s renewables platform and the merger with Constellation Energy.

Prior to joining Exelon, Elebua was an investment banking associate with Wachovia Securities (Wells Fargo), where he covered the Energy & Power sector. He started his career at Arthur Andersen in the Assurance and Business Advisory Practice.

Elebua is on the board of directors for National Energy Education Development (NEED), a partner of the Exelon Foundation STEM Academy. He also serves as the Governance chair on the Wildlife Habitat Council. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nigeria and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.